This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in San Salvador de Jujuy.
The Argentinean Province of San Salvador de Jujuy is located in the northeast of the country. San Salvador, the capital of the province, is located in the south of the province. The city has an international airport with connections to and from Buenos Aires, Bolivia, and Chile. The city can also be reached by bus or car from different points of Argentina or countries in the vicinity.
The fauna, flora, and the geographic and climatic environment of the Province of Jujuy makes San Salvador a great starting point to enjoy the variety of landscapes that characterize the region. The architectonic structure of the city is an important cultural attraction, especially for those interested in the history of the country and the region in particular. A cultural circuit through the city has been established for visitors. This circuit includes visits to the Government Building, the Promenade of the Craftmen, and the Cathedral.
Longer circuits, which make take more than a daylong itinerary, involve visits to the National Park Calilegua and the Provincial Park Las Lancitas. The salt flats and the visit to Purmamarca (City of the Desert) are also included within these longer trips. Like San Salvador, all these small towns are ready to accommodate their visitors. Regularly, hostels in San Salvador de Jujuy are the choice for travelers who want to experience the adventure that the region has to offer. Hostels in San Salvador de Jujuy can be found at really affordable prices. Rooms with four to six beds are available, with private or shared bathroom. TV, internet connection, and air conditioners are other services that are frequently offered by hostels in San Salvador de Jujuy. Thus, visiting this magic city may result in a wonderful experience for audacious travelers.
Written by local enthusiast for San Salvador de Jujuy hostelssandra